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From: RF Miller <>
Subject: Re: [LDR] Handy / Lucile Horsley
Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2000 10:08:16 -0700 (PDT)


Hi Rick,
Lucy Horsely was the librarian at the Wicomico
County public library for years and years. Several
years ago, she donated research material to the Nabb
Research Center at Salisbury State University. We
looked but did not find anything that resembled a
ready to publish manuscript.
Becky
--- wrote:
> I am a descendant of Samuel Handy and Mary Sewall.
> I recently purchased the
> book "Annals and Memorials of the ahandys and their
> Kindred" by Rev. Isaac W.
> K. Handy. In the footnotes of the book, it states:
>
>
>
> "Lucile Horsley's research is included in the first
> chapter of a book
> manuscript on the Handys associated with Salisbury
> and 'Pemberton Hall.' It
> is a superb piece of scholarship which we hope will
> be published at some
> point in the future."
>
> The Handy book was published in 1992. Does anyone
> know if Lucile Horsley's
> works were ever published?
>
> Rick Monroe
> Long Beach, CA
>
>
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